What's it like to be a Shotfirer?
Shotfirers prepare, position and detonate explosives to demolish buildings and structures or dislodge rocks and soil. The work is predominantly outdoors and underground.
Work as a Shotfirer can often be dirty, loud and high risk, and would suit analytical people who enjoy manual work of a technical nature.
What can I earn as a Shotfirer?
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How to become a Shotfirer
- Complete a Certificate IV in Surface Coal Mining - Open Cut Examiner (RII40215).
- Undertake a National Police Check.
- Check the additional licensing requirements for the type of work you’ll be carrying out (for example, fireworks, mining or construction).
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